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Topic review - NSN for MOLLE 2-Mag M-16 pouch in ACU / UCP Pattern
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  Post subject:  NSN for MOLLE 2-Mag M-16 pouch in ACU / UCP Pattern  Reply with quote
Hello all. Just a quick note. We've had a number of questions about the "correct" NSN for the MOLLE 2-magazine pouch in Army Universal. The question is whether the NSN is 8465-01-524-0606 or 8465-01-525-0606. The answer is that it's definitely the second one (with a "5" in the 9th position):

You can always FedLog the NSN if you're not sure. The DLA's description is "POUCH,M4 TWO MAG"

On the other hand, if you try to FedLog the first NSN (8465-01-524-0606), the system actually returns a completely different item: 2520-01-524-0606, specifically a "HOUSING SECTION,AXLE ASSEMBLY,AUTOMOTIVE." That's because FedLog ignores the first 4 digits (the FSC), and returns whatever item matches the NIIN (last 9 digits) in question. This item has a FedLog price of $643, which is about $630 more than what a mag pouch actually costs.

Keep in mind that no two items can share the same NIIN. The NIIN is a unique identifier, and the FSC is actually "nonessential" information. The only exception to this is when DLA reclassifies an item from one FSC to a different one. An example of this would be a pouch for a medical kit (such as the Army IFAK), which could fall under FSC 8465 or 6545.
Post Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 9:21 pm

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